Books & Literature
The incredible journey from Dalip Rana to The Great Khali

Book: The Man Who Became Khali; Author: Dalip Singh Rana with Vinit K Bansal; Publisher: Penguin; Price: Rs 250; Pages: 178

Novel set in WW-II era launched in Capital

A haunting novel of love, passion and betrayal, set in the Second World War era with a thematic reference to Indias freedom struggle was launched in the Capital on Monday evening.

Power and its practitioners: A witty but disturbing look (Book Review)

Title: Nothing but a Circus - Misadventures Among the Powerful; Author: Daniel Levin; Publisher: Allen Lane/Penguin Random House, UK; Pages: 208; Price: Rs 699

Riveting narration of ISRO's climb from Kerala fishing village to Mars

Book: ISRO - A Personal History; Author: R. Aravamudan, with Gita Aravamudan; Publisher: Harper Collins; Pages: 240; Price: Rs 399

Booking a contribution to Indian letters: A publisher's story

Title: Pages from My Life; Author: Subhash Sethi; Publisher: Viva Books Private Ltd; Pages: 233; Price: Rs 495

Odd people and what we owe to them

Title: The Odditorium; Author: David Bramwell & Jo Keeling; Publisher: Brewer's/Hachette India; Pages: 256; Price: Rs 599

Agartala book fair: Over 300 poets to recite on weekend

  A record number of over 300 poets will recite their poems at the Agartala Book Fair on Saturday and Suanday.

Celebrated Hindi novelist Ved Prakash Sharma dead

Lucknow, Feb 18 (IANS) Celebrated Hindi novelist Ved Prakash Sharma, who has 176 novels to his credit, died late on Friday in Meerut, his family members said on Saturday.

An Everest mystery, ideas for the future, and writing skills

New Delhi, Feb 17 (IANS) Wade through a journey from the dangerous heights of Mount Everest to the equally treacherous margins of Europe in the mid-20th century; read about ground-breaking new ideas; and navigate the maze of plot construction, narrative viewpoint, character development, dialogue creation and the like as a writer.

Taj Literature Festival postponed due to elections

The fourth Taj Literature Festival (TLF), scheduled to be held here in February, has been postponed due to upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly elections.

Lifetime achievement award for publisher K.P.R. Nair

Veteran publisher K.P.R. Nair was on Saturday conferred the Lifetime Achievement Award by a federation of Indian publishers for his contribution to the industry. Nair is the founder-proprietor of Konark Publishers.

Urdu poet, lyricist Naqsh Lyallpuri dead

Renowned Urdu poet and lyricist Jaswant Rai Sharma, known to the world by his pen name Naqsh Lyallpuri, died here on Sunday, a family friend said.

Lifting the veil over BJP's digital army

Title: I am a Troll: Inside the Secret World of BJP's Digital Army; Author: Swati Chaturvedi; Publisher: Juggernaut; Pages: 171; Price: Rs 250

Poet Jacob Polley wins 2016 T.S. Eliot Prize

 British poet Jacob Polley has won the 2016 T.S. Eliot prize for his fourth collection, 'Jackself', a sequence of narrative poems partly inspired by his childhood in Cumbria, media reports said.

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